Fitness experts you should follow on YouTube right now



Heading outside for a short walk, a run, or a bike ride is still permissible in some subdivisions and villages, as long as you adhere to social-distancing protocol. (The physical and psychological benefits of sunshine, fresh air, and freedom can’t be oversold right now.)

But if you find yourself eager to move while you’re displaced from your gym, free online workouts can be excellent stopgaps—whether you want to break a cardio sweat, strength-train, keep up a yoga practice, or just unspool yourself after working from home all day. Here, we’ve rounded up some of the most sought-after personal trainers and fitness instructors on Youtube, all with routines that can be done in a small space and without any kit or equipment.

Adam Rosante

For a plethora of quick workouts that you can do just about anywhere, follow Adam Rosante’s YouTube channel. The fitness coach and author of book The 30-Second Body, Rosante offers both equipment-free workouts and those that incorporate a dumbbell or two. His charismatic and positive attitude will encourage you every step of the way—and his abs will inspire you to finish out each set.

Kit Rich

Trainer to the likes of Jennifer Lawrence and Kesha, Kit Rich also has a selection of no-kit workouts on her YouTube channel, where she will take you through a series of effective but easy to do at-home exercises such as jump squats and ab workouts.

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